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For all we knew, she would be Jodie Foster in Nell, muttering chik-abee ta-ta een tha wayeen.
From the start of the book, Nell feels an attraction to churchyards.Charles Dickens' Enduring Insights on Human Loss and Suffering|David Frum|February 18, 2013|DAILY BEAST
He was born Mark Lavon Helm in 1940, in Elaine, Ark., the son of Nell and Diamond Helm, a cotton farmer.
We meet Nell, a plump, insecure student at Drama Arts who laments losing lead roles to the beauties dominating her profession.
Just this morning I was listening to Noel Coward singing, “I went to a MAAAAAAVELOUS party with Nunu and Nada and Nell...”
Nevertheless it was so deceptive that when the Nell came in sight she was not close enough to the left shore for safety.A Canyon Voyage|Frederick S. Dellenbaugh
"I found it out through Nell," the Intellectual Half went on.
So he shall Nell, and if I joyn with him, we'll knock them all.Beaumont & Fletcher's Works (6 of 10): The Queen of Corinth;|Francis Beaumont
He also asked if Henry had learned anything concerning little Nell.Marching on Niagara|Edward Stratemeyer
“By the which I know not what thou meanest,” saith Nell, as cool as a marble image.Joyce Morrell's Harvest|Emily Sarah Holt